Fernkloof Nature Reserve

Berzelia incurva


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 Berzelia incurva   Berzelia incurva
 Berzelia incurva


Habitat

Rocky, upper slopes

Altitude

Flowering time

January to March

Description

An uncommon, much-branched asymmetrical shrub up to 1m, with crowded, incurved, short-stalked leaves with hairy edges. The round cream flower heads, 6-7mm in diameter, occur in groups of 1-3 on short stalks near the tips of the branches. incurva refers to the incurved (towards the stem) habit of the leaves.

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2017 / 3 / 27